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Fight for Me


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Family drama, tragic loss, heartbreak and healing- this one has it all! A turbulence of emotion that I can’t stop thinking about.

Tragic loss is not foreign to George Matthews. Four years ago, he tragically lost his wife and infant son in a car accident that left him to raise his daughter, Angel, alone. He’s pushing though, though the memory of what he’s lost still haunts him. Thankful to rely on a woman to care for his daughter while he’s working, George has a great thing going with Erin. She’s reliable and trustworthy, and George’s daughter adores her. Things are going smooth, that is, until George and Erin get caught up in the moment after a late evening and share a kiss that changes their relationship forever. Has George made a huge mistake and disrupted the routine his daughter has only just become accustomed to, or with their lives change forever for the better with an inclusion of some new faces?

Fight for Me by S.P. Dawes was a hard one for me. Not because it was difficult to finish or I didn’t enjoy the story, though. The emotions that ran though me while reading the stories of George and Erin were deep, their fears and traumatic experiences through the story were so engulfing and raw that there was more than once occasion where I felt like I had become part of the story with them. I started this one on an afternoon while I was just enjoying some down-time, and it quickly became a book I knew I would finish in one sitting, despite it being a 200-ish page read. Although Fight for Me is the third installment in the Band of Brothers series, it was the first in the series that I picked up. There were a few moments where I wished I had read the first two books first, however, the author does a nice job at recapping the prior stories just enough to keep readers informed. Though I do recommend reading the first two books first, this one was written well enough that it can be read as a stand-alone also.

I felt so invested in the story of George and Erin, and I felt myself relating to Erin so many times throughout her story. Exceptionally well-written and with a focus to play on readers emotions, Fight for Me is a novel I would recommend to any reader who enjoys the heartfelt romance novels that stay with you long after turning the last page. I’m so pleased to have experienced this one and rate it 5 stars. The themes present were mature a times, so I would only recommend this one to readers who don’t mind some explicit language and sexual content, as there’s plenty to go around in this one. Exceptionally well-written and expressive, Fight for Me is one to remember.

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Hi! I’m Kourtney. I’m a full time accounting manager and a part time book reviewer. I’ve been an official member of the onlinebookclub review team for 4 years now, where I’ve gained a huge insight to the review and beta reading world.

About the author

I'm a mum of three and own my own childminding business. I love reading and writing and escaping to the beach. I have an unhealthy affection for coffee and chocolate and well as singing at the top of my lungs whilst being unable to actually sing. I live in the UK in a town called Newark. view profile

Published on August 28, 2020

60000 words

Contains mild explicit content ⚠️

Genre: Contemporary Romance

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